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Sweden-based Telecomix, active in aiding Syrian rebels, trash talks Anonymous over the Arab Spring.
Educated by Wikipedia and trained by World of Warcraft, Anders Breivik developed his dangerous, bloody philosophy online.
A “New Nordic” restaurant—featuring ants and grubs—has been deemed the world’s best. Now comes the backlash.
First solar, now wind. Chinese competition strikes an alternative-energy industry again.
The Norwegian mass-killer has prosecutors and shrinks tied in knots over whether he's nuts.
'Nordic Noir' builds on Stieg Larsson success, with internationally-popular TV.
Valter Litvinenko drops accusations of FSB murder as he begs to be allowed to return from exile.
Sweden’s Supreme Court refused to hear their final appeal.
Golos says opposition is evicted from offices, intimidated and spied on, ahead of March 4 vote.
Norway’s state broadcaster argues Breivik interview could “never be justified.”
Wealthy overseas Russians claim to have a list of ultra-rich bureaucrats.
The party that built modern Sweden faces lowest poll results in a century.
Survey: Most Swedes under 30 will pay for streamed music.
Press freedom campaigners puzzled by link-up between Wikileaks leader and pro-Kremlin mouthpiece.
Why is the award-winning designer of Sony Ericsson's X10 Mini now selling T-shirts and soft toys?
Putin gets divine election aid from all-women worshippers.
Finland's Blaast to launch to first 40m
Apple's digital assistant gets a new British competitor.
Microsoft complains new "right to be forgotten" law is "too prescriptive."
Euro-sceptic populist Timo Soini fails to build on parliamentary success